IoT sensors integrated into a system can help solve or prevent problems that warehouses encounter when storing products. Our customer, a manufacturer of IoT hardware and sensors, decided to expand its services for enterprises by offering software solutions that enhance warehouse monitoring.
Having observed our success with similar smart building projects, the client approached Euristiq. The solution they envisioned needed to be scalable, highly available, and capable of supporting various types of visualizations. The primary challenge with this solution lay in the large number of devices and the diversity of data attributes. Additionally, the asset tracking system had to be compatible not only with the client’s current devices but also with other types of devices that might connect to the system in the future.
Digital twin for warehouse asset tracking
We created a cloud-based frontend progressive web app with a simple intuitive interface that is a digital twin of the environments created for situational awareness. The warehouse monitoring system is scalable, with high availability, and built on a reusable AWS infrastructure.
Warehouse utility visibility and fault detection
The app allows enterprise customers to easily view all their sites, buildings, and sensors on 3D floorplans, virtual reality 360° images, or on maps. Users can geo-locate sensors and assets, track them in real-time, and receive alerts when something happens, for instance, a sudden temperature rise or a gas leakage.
Scalable warehouse monitoring system that saves time and costs
Users can maintain proper warehouse conditions and prevent malfunctions. The solution stores, manages, and disseminates large amounts of data which can be viewed in the form of Power BI reports for more accurate and faster decisions.